Of late, we've heard a lot about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The phone has been leaked into oblivion and there's not much we don't know about this phone. We've already got an idea of the design of the phone, the display, a few of the internal specifications and finally, we have a release date. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will debut on August 7 at Samsung's unpacked event.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will indeed come with a punch hole display in the middle. This is something that many potential users were wary about and now the company seems to have confirmed that. The invitation for the event features a camera, which is likely the front camera of the phone along with a stylus pen- one that comes with the Note series.
With this phone, Samsung is really trying to avoid notches like the plague. The company has not launched even a single phone with a notch- and that's not a bad thing. This time, the company is fully embracing the punch hole cameras that they have also put in the Galaxy S series phones. This time, the camera is at the top of the display- something like a floating camera atop the phone's display.
In fact, with the S10 series phones, the company aimed to hide the notch with clever dark wallpapers. This time around, the company is highlighting it, which is a major change in their strategy.
Apart from how the phone looks, we also know that the phone will come with a Snapdragon 855 chipset and up to 12GB RAM. As for the camera details themselves, no leaks have covered this aspect of the phone. The battery details and the variants of the phone are also unknown as of now and we'll have to wait a while for the actual launch.